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SBB 300 plus, SBB 400 plus, SBB 600 plus
Operation & Installation
1 Operation and Service 1.1 Start-Up
2 Maintenance and Cleaning 2.1 Membrane Safety Valve 2.2 Decalcification 2.3 Exchange of the Safety Anode
3 Failures – Cause – Correction
4 Technical Specifications 4.1 Technical Data 4.2 Dimensions
5 General 5.1 Description 5.2 Delivery Form 5.3 Regulations and standards 5.4 Set-up and operation
6 Set-up and installation 6.1 Set-up 6.2 Connection 6.3 Heater Installation 6.4 Hot water Installation 6.5 Hot Water Temperature Probe 6.6 Solar Temperature Probe 6.7 Connection to the Solar Unit 6.8 Signal Anode
7 Tips for the User
Stiebel Eltron hot water heaters should only be installed or serviced by licensed installers. These are not do-it-yourself appliances.
Please hand this Operation and Installation Manual and hand over to the home or building owner when the installation is complete.
Operating Instructions for the User and the Technician
1. Operation and Service
1.1 Start-up The boiler (39) and solar storage tank (30) after installation, constitute a functional unit (refer Diag. 4 and 5). Hot water is generated throughout the year by the solar collectors.
The entire heater and hot water system must be filled with water and have good air ventilation. Please, refer to the solar collector’s and the boiler’s installation instructions.
2. Maintenance and Cleaning Routine care and maintenance extends the life expectancy and operating safety of the hot water storage unit. The outer casing should be cleaned with a slightly damp cloth and commercially available neutral cleaning agent, this should be done on a regular basis
2.1 Membrane Safety Valve The proper function of the safety group (28), especially of the membrane safety valve (21) is very important to prevent damage to the hot water storage unit. The membrane safety valve needs to be monitored for functionality during cold- water addition (27). The water has to flow from the drip line at full stream.
The discharging water can be hot!
2.2 Decalcification With hard tap water, a deposit of scale will form on the inside of the storage unit. Based on professional experience, it is necessary to decalcify with commercially available solvents at timely intervals. Follow the manufacturers instructions for solvent use. The hot water storage unit needs to be emptied. The revisions flange at the storage bin must be dismantled and sediments on the tank bottom must be removed.
2.3 Exchange of the Safety Anode Depending on the composition of the tap water, an inspection of the safety anode (Pos. 1, Diag. 1) at more or less timely intervals is recommended. With heavy wear, an original equipment replacement anode (refer Ch.6.8 and Ch.7 ) must be installed to protect the inner container from corrosion. An inspection should be performed at least once a year.
3. Failures – Causes – Correction
Failures Causes Correction Inadequate water pressure Shut-off valve is not completely open. Cold
or hot water line is obstructed. Open Shut-off valve. Clean or exchange pipes.
Hot water flow inadequate Boiler temperature gauge is set too low. Recommended 80-85°C. Heat exchanger is calcified.
Set boiler temperature gage to recommended temperature. Clean heat exchanger.
Hot water storage tank not being heated
Program selection at the heater gage is not properly selected.
Select and set program per instructions.
Outlet quantity inadequate Perlator at the extraction point blocked. Unscrew perlator and clean. Hot water supply too fast exhausted
Flow rate too high. Recommended 2.6-3.9 gal./min.
Restrict Spigot valve rate.
4. Technical Specifications
Components of the SBB…K Sol
1 Signal Anode 2 Memory Container 3 Immersion Sleeve for temperature probe-boiler 4 Link for thermometer or circulation 5 Port for heating element 6 Immersion Sleeve for temperature probe-solar 7 Revisions flange, outside 8 Expanded polystrene-thermal insulation 9 Cold water inlet 10 Solar return 11 Solar heat exchanger 12 Solar inlet 13 Heater return 14 Upper heat exchanger 15 Heater inlet 16 Warm water outlet
4.1 Technical Data
Type SBB 300 plus SBB 400 plus SBB 600 plus
Contents Storage capacity Gal / ltr 80.6 / 305 108.6 / 411 162.9 / 617 Volume of heat exchanger, top Gal / ltr 1.9 / 7.3 2.2 / 8.2 2.5 / 9.6 Volume of heat exchanger, bottom Gal / ltr 2.7 / 10.1 2.9 / 11.3 3.5 / 13.2
Pressure Working pressure PSI / bar 150 / 10 150 / 10 150 / 10 Tested to pressure PSI / bar (15) / 217 (15) / 217 (15) / 217 Max. pressure of boiler loop PSI / bar 150 / 10 150 / 10 150 /10
Temperature Max. temperature solar loop °F / °C 203 / 95 203 / 95 203 / 95 Max temperature boiler loop °F / °C 203 / 95 203 / 95 203 / 95
Heat exchanger Surface area heat exchanger top sq. in. /m2 1705 / 1.1 2015 / 1.3 2325 / 1.5 Surface area heat exchanger bottom sq. in. /m2 2325 / 1.5 2635 / 1.7 3100 / 2.0
Weights Tank weight empty lb. / kg 339 / 154 412 / 187 544 / 247 Tank weight full lb. / kg 1,051 / 477 1,362 / 618 1,955 / 887
Other Standby losses in 24 hours kWh 1.9 2.2 2.9 Cold/hot water connection for 1” copper pipe w/adapters, provided w/ unit
Type SBB 300 plus SBB 400 plus SBB 600 plus A Height of unit w/insulation in./mm 66.1/1679 72.7/1848 68.3/1735 B Height of unit without insulation in./mm 63.3/1609 70.1/1781 65.7/1670 C Height of well for temp. sensor in./mm 46.4/1179 48.7/1238 46.9/1192 D Height link thermometer/circulation in./mm 41.1/1045 43.0/1093 41.5/1055 E Height link screwing in heating element in./mm 40.3/1025 42.4/1078 40.9/1040 F Height of dipping case for temp. sensor in./mm 21.9/557 22.0/560 23.4/595 G Height revision flange in./mm 14.4/365 14.4/367 15.9/405 H Height cold water link in./mm 2.9/73 2.6/65 2.0/50 I Height solar return in./mm 11.0/280 11.1/282 10.9/277 J Height solar advance in./mm 34.0/865 34.1/867 33.9/862 K Height heater return in./mm 38.4/975 44.5/1130 42.9/1089 L Height heater advance in./mm 52.7/1339 63.0/1600 57.2/1453 M Overall height in./mm 67.1/1704 73.7/1873 69.3/1760 N Memory without thermal insulation in./mm 21.6/550 23.6/600 29.5/750 O Memory with thermal insulation in./mm 27.5/700 29.5/750 36.2/920
Installation instructions for the Installer 5. General
The illustration on page 5 is referenced for explanation of the following text.
5.1 Brief Description of the Appliance 5.1.1 Application The Stiebel Eltron Vertical Solar Storage tank SBB … K SOL is, in combination with Stiebel Eltron’s Solar Collector is an economical hot water generator.
5.1.2 Connectors All connectors (cold and hot water connectors) are readily accessible and allow for easy installation.
5.2 Delivery Form The hot water storage tank SBB … K SOL, wrapped in plastic wrap, is delivered on a one-way pallet. The storage tank has foam insulation, a KU outer casing and KU cover.
Equipment • Storage unit with two welded steel plain-ended pipe heat exchangers • Hot water corrosion protection with special enamel coating • Maximum operation pressure
Hot water 145 PSI (10 bar) Heated water 145 PSI (10 bar)
• Three immersion sleeves for housing of temperature probe/thermometer • Magnesium Safety Anode • Circulation Socket G_A • Plug for bushing G1_ • Attached Flange • PU Foam insulation 2.95 in. (70 mm.) thick • KU outer casing with zipper in protective pouch • KU Cover and Flange cover
Only for 600: • Removable PU-side panels with fastening strap and locking parts
5.3 Tasks to be performed by the Technician An approved technician should perform the setup, installation and initial start-up following these instructions.
5.4 Regulations and Standards Refer to: Local Construction regulations, fire-code and trade control regulations.
Solar Tank SBB 600 plus with insulation
1 Solar tank 2 PU side panel 3 Fastening strap 4 Locking part
6. Set-up and Installation
6.1 Set-up Inspect the packaging for damage and remove packaging preferable only at the installation site.
For the selection of the installation site, the tare weight of the storage unit (unit and insulator) including the fill-water weight must be considered. The room has to be above freezing. For drainage, the water drainage pipe must be freeze proof.
6.2 Connection Refer to Diag.1 and Diag. 2.
6.3 Heater Installation The installation of the heating circuitry is shown in Diag. 4. The heater installation can be according to the installation diagram. This, however, varies according to operation. In addition, it must be assured that no air can collect in the system. Therefore, an exhaust unit has to be built into the heating circuitry (31).
6.4 Hot Water Installation 6.4.1 Prior to installation check that the local conditions are compatible with the appliance design, especially that the maximum working excess pressure of 145 PSI (10 bar.) can be maintained.
6.4.2 A steel or a copper pipe with insulation can be used for the hot water connectors. Copper pipe with insulation is especially suitable because of its low friction and heat loss.
Cold water pipeline Hot water pipeline Copper pipe copper pipe Steel pipe steel or copper pipe Plastic steel or copper pipe